Safety Components, Inc. (SCI) the world leader in technology-driven fabric solutions for high performance outer shell and thermal liner fabrics, announces the addition of Jamie Martin to its Fire Service sales and marketing team. Jamie has been with Safety Components since 2011, as a member of the Outdoor Products division. Jamie earned a degree in Business Management, from Clemson University.
As Sales and Marketing Representative, Jamie will be responsible for supporting garment manufacturers, distributors and end use customers in the expansion of SCI fabrics for use in structural firefighting, wildland, USAR, and station wear garments. In Jamie’s tenure at SCI he has gained a broad range of experience, in sales, manufacturing, and customer service. He has an incredible understanding in meeting customer needs, in terms of both support and sales requirements.
Guy Lucas, Director of Marketing, SCI, commented, “Jamie has been an integral part of our organization’s rapid growth. His track record of success within SCI, along with his professionalism and ability to aid customers, has earned tremendous respect from the entire organization making him the perfect addition to our Fire Service group”.
Commenting on his new appointment, Jamie stated, “I am delighted to have been offered this opportunity. I am excited about the new responsibilities and challenges that lie ahead. And, I am confident that with the team and technological expertise we have, combined with our portfolio of innovative high performance FR fabrics, growth and success will continue to be the theme here at Safety Components.”
About Safety Components, Inc.
During the past 15-years Safety Components has led the fire service by developing more outer shell and thermal liner fabric innovations than any other textile company in the world. Safety Components’ outer shells contain a patented, durable, water repellent finish that offers safer, lighter, and dryer gear. These same outer shell fabrics also contain solution dyed fibers for the highest resistance to fading after thermal exposure.
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